Clinician & Health Workforce Stories
Pointing the way to a healthier future.
Digital health is transforming how care is delivered across Canada. From virtual visits, to remote patient monitoring, to e-prescribing, clinicians and the health workforce are embracing new tools.
- Featured VideoJuly 20, 2021
Better Tracking VaccinationsIt’s more important than ever before to be able to track your vaccination records. CANImmunize’s goal is to replace paper immunization cards.
- e-PrescribingJuly 20, 2021
Increasing Efficiency with PrescribeITWithout the right tools, simple tasks can turn into a big headache. Toronto pharmacist Parag Shah wanted more efficiency in his workflow and a smoother experience for his patients. e-Prescribing enabled Parag Shah to process prescriptions more...
- Digital HealthJuly 20, 2021
Modernizing Care Through CollaborationPeer networks provide a forum where individuals work with their peers to promote the adoption and use of digital health solutions.
- Podcast: Season TwoMay 4, 2021
Episode 25: The Hospital at Home – Part OneAs more Canadians adopt digital health tools, how we think about care delivery is changing. Part one of a discussion about hospital at home care.
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Follow physicians, nurse practitioners and pharmacists as they begin using PrescribeIT® and learn how their practices change as they continue their journey.
Patient StoriesHear from Canadians who use digital healthDigital health connects citizens to their health information and to their providers. Here are stories from Canadians describing how digital health has enhanced their care experience.
Promising Increase in the Use of Virtual Care Technologies by Canadian NursesNurses comprise the largest proportion of Canada’s health care providers. The most recent data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)’s Nursing in Canada, 2019 survey reveals that the regulated nursing workforce grew by 1.9 per...
Ask Your Pharmacist: Expertise at Your FingertipsAccording to a recent study, nearly nine in 10 Canadians consult the internet for health information.  Unfortunately, “Dr. Google” isn’t always a trustworthy source. False and misleading information can put people at risk, sometimes...
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